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Tomorrow Friday In Little Havana: Ros-Lehtinen Continues Years Long Tradition Of Participating In Lincoln Marti School’s Parada Escolar Martiana

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January 24, 2013

Tomorrow Friday In Little Havana: Ros-Lehtinen Continues Years Long Tradition Of Participating In Lincoln Marti School’s Parada Escolar Martiana; Ileana Says That Parade Keeps Jose Marti’s Principles Alive In Our Youth

Miami, Florida – Tomorrow Friday January 25th at 10:00 am, Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) will participate in the XXXIX Parada Escolar Martiana sponsored by Lincoln Marti School and its founder Demetrio Perez, Jr. Walking in the parade is a years long tradition for Cong. Ros-Lehtinen and it is one that invigorates her as she sees so many young students taking part in the parade.

The parade’s goal is to honor Cuban apostle and patriot Jose Marti and the 160th anniversary of his birth. The parade starts on Calle 8 and SW 13 Avenue and finishes at the Jose Marti Park on SW 4 Street and 4th Avenue.

Said Ros-Lehtinen, “I congratulate Demetrio Perez, Jr for this noble endeavor which he and the Lincoln Marti School’s undertake every year. The Parada Martiana celebrates the birth of Cuban apostle Jose Marti and even after all these years of walking the parade it invigorates me seeing so many young students participating in it. Undoubtedly, the Parada Martiana keeps Jose Marti’s principles alive in our youth.”

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